Uri Magaram and Sreekanth Chalasani (The Salk Institute for Biological Sciences; CA, USA) discuss their recent work in sonogenetics and consider the potential applications of the emerging technology.
Browsing: emerging technologies
This research article discusses the use of 38Checkpain, a checklist designed to monitor pain management in patients.
This review discusses recent advances in Alzheimer’s disease genomics and the potential value of susceptibility loci for understanding disease pathogenesis and identifying therapeutic targets.
Liposomes coupled with MRI contrast agents could enable safe and efficient passing of therapeutic agents through the blood-brain barrier.
We discuss some of the key research themes that emerged from the American Epilepsy Society’s (AES) Annual Meeting this year.
History has been made by scientists at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre (ON, Canada) this week as they open the blood-brain barrier for the first time using focused ultrasound.
A newly developed light-sensitive plant–human hybrid protein may effectively modulate Ca2+ channel regulation, bolstering memory formation in mice.
Self-tracking, wireless and implantable device may offer greater possibilities for optogenetic research
The first fully internal method for the manipulation of neural circuits in the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerves may provide new possibilities for neuromodulation research.